State of the art, highly luxurious seafront apartment by top designer complete with designer furniture, top of the range appliances and full amenities such as Broadband wireless internet, satellite T.V with 46' LCD screen, cordless digital telephones and now the very best and latest espresso machine...the Krups 7220 .(Fresh ground coffee on demand) Enjoys breathtaking views of the fortified peninsula of the capital, Valletta and its surrounding yacht marinas,Fort St Angelo...built by the Knights Of St John ,and the Victoriosa Waterfront .Beautifully floodlit at night, it is considered by many as one of the most beautiful views in Europe.Enjoy a water gondola taxi service that comes right up to your door and takes you to Valletta ,Victoriosa or Sliema. Full central heating and air-conditioning in all rooms. Located within minutes of boat cruises, buses, taxi stands, shops & restaurants.
The Island of Malta: Megaliths, medieval dungeons and Calypso's Cave – The Maltese Islands are positively mythic. The narrow meandering streets of their towns and villages are crowded with Renaissance cathedrals and Baroque palaces. As the countryside is dotted with the oldest known human structures in the world, the Islands have rightly been described as an open-air museum. The Maltese archipelago lies virtually at the centre of the Mediterranean. With superbly sunny weather, expansive beaches, a thriving night life and 7,000 years of intriguing history, there is a great deal to see and do. With a little help from any guidebook, captivating places of interest are immediately identified – the world famous Hypogeum selected as a place of World Heritage by UNESCO, prehistoric temples and grand palaces are but a few. True to the melting pot of cultural influences, the national languages are English and Maltese.
How to get there: Brithish Jet and RyanAir fly to Malta on low cost daily flights from the UK and Ireland. Malta's national airline, Air Malta have numerous scheduled flights daily from Heathrow and Gatwick besides several other frequent flights from several UK airports, like Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow. Airmalta has scheduled flights from practically every country in the EU.
The Maltese Islands are not very large, which makes getting around relatively trouble-free.
The public bus service on Malta and Gozo is a good way to get around as buses serve the major tourist areas, go practically everywhere and are cheap and efficient. The longest bus journey takes about fifty minutes; the average ride is between twenty and thirty minutes.
A regular ferry service links Malta to Gozo, taking about 20 minutes each way. A sea plane service links Grand Harbour in Valletta to Mgarr Harbour in Gozo.